Kona is definitely #1. The Tonga toast is delicious and I don't know how they do it, but their French Press coffee is so delicious. After that I love a good breakfast buffet. Tusker House is tasty with some different flavors. 1900 Park Faire with their Strawberry Soup is good. And who doesn't love Pooh...Crystal Palace is fun and delicious.
Kona is fantastic!! I don't even mind that I'm pretty much sitting in the lobby.
Olivia's is like going home.
I am going to add BOG because if you can get the pre-opening reservation it is a wonderful start to the day. Food just ok, first in line at Peter Pan, and pictures with no on in the background...priceless.
A shout out to Trattoria on the BW. But, since they went to a character breakfast we no longer go there. Too bad, it was the best breakfast on site.
Floridian's character breakfast has huge variety of unusual foods. However the characters take so long to get round - room is very large - with children this can be a problem. Ohana used to have a great buffet but the breakfast now is pretty ordinary now it is family style - really it is about the characters. Boma and Tusker House are similar - some unusual offerings.
1) Les Halles Boulangerie-Patisserie ----- especially if spending the morning / day at Epcot; get there early and enjoy pastries and coffee while sitting and looking out over World Showcase lake
2) Trail's End
3) The Wave
I don't have a room or flight booked for our September trip yet.... but I do have our California Grill brunch reservation all squared away, if that tells you anything.
It's definitely an extravagant meal, but if you have a couple hours to spend there, it's really wonderful. The food is delish, the mimosas are a-flowing, the live jazz is relaxing and you can't beat that view!
2. Les Halles Boulangerie-Patisserie
3. Kona Cafe (mimosa and bloody Mary flights!)
Boma is my favorite... biggest downfall is that it is a buffet (and I can almost never feel like I'm getting my money's worth at a buffet... especially for breakfast) and that it can be difficult to get (especially in the morning) to if you don't have a rental car or utilize a taxi/Uber/Minnie Van. Pluses (of which there are many) are that awesome house juice, the wonderful views/atmosphere, the great service, and the wide variety of food options (plenty of options for the most adventurous and the most picky eaters).
I enjoy the combination of the buffet, or "refills" along with location. Crystal Palace & Garden Grill (The Land in Epcot) have been favorites. I went to Boma last week and it is definitely also a favorite.
We did the Bon Voyage character breakfast at the Boardwalk and it was delicious. Next time I want to try Garden Grill breakfast. We did H&V for the characters. Food was not very good. One and done hopefully. Next time we go my kids should be too old for Dis jr characters.